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The Walking Dead video game
If I had to name my game of the year for 2012, it probably would have been Telltale Games' The Walking Dead video game. I say this as someone who enjoyed, but eventually sort of gave up on both the comic series and the TV show in that franchise. The game managed to solve a lot of the issues I had with its media brethren, and here's the crazy thing: The new downloadable "special episode," 400 Days, solves even more of them.
Telltale's video game tie-in to Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead wrapped up its first season with episode five's No Time Left - or so we thought. As it turns out, there are still four-hundred days of the zombie apocalypse left to explore.
As popular as Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead comic and its AMC TV spinoff are, fans have become accustomed to their respective release schedules enough that the wait between installments seems routine. Not quite so
Toys: Sideshow has posted new pictures and product details for its upcoming DC Sixth Scale Joker figure, which is now available for preorder for $189.99.
Toys: Entertainment Earth has a peek at Hasbro's upcoming Iron Man 3 Marvel Legends line, with comic book versions of Iron Patriot, Classic Iron Man(with regular and "Ditko Horn" masks to swap) and Heroic Age Iron Man, plus each of their corresponding Iron Monger build-a-figure pieces.
Movies: Conan O'Brien stands in
Upcoming: Dark Horse Comics has released a new trailer for its US version of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, which arrives on January 29.
Gaming: The Walking Dead Episode 5 "No Time Left" is now live on most consoles, Mac and PC.
Books: Chronicle Books will release a new toy guidebook,